|Distant Firth of Forth, Bass Rock and Berwick Law in the early morning light.|
|Thank goodness we didn't climb up Bishop Hill!|
|Dave Watson caught me crowing through with my Ascot.|
|Dave Watson caught Mike's Precision diving down on the slope.|
|Craig's Skorpion showing a few war wounds in another of Dave's pictures|
|My Ascot shows it's bottom in another of Dave's pictures|
We had an interesting first at lunchtime when a family group arrived to watch us fly. They had been up the top of the hill to scatter their husband/father/grandfather’s ashes into the wind. A lifetime model glider pilot put to rest in his favourite place. Some of the family had come from Hong Kong and were keen to have a fly of the Zagis they had brought along which they did as we had a lunch break. Touching.